Top 10 Natural Wonders

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Turkey's 10 Best Natural Beauties

Turkey has many extraordinary natural wonders and some of them are truly unique. Come and get amazed with the unlimited purity of 10 must-see natural attractions. We hope we can preserve these unique beauties for years.


Pamukkale, which is one of the few natural beauties of the world, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. You should watch the sunset while walking through the enchanting white travertines. You can also see the travertines and the ancient city of Hierapolis from the sky by paragliding.

Salda Lake

Salda Lake, which has a 295 km2 protection zone, is one of the rare natural wonders of our country. It is one of the 5 cleanest and most precious lakes in the world. This gorgeous spot is an impressive tectonic formation. Salda Lake is one of the two places in the world that has the same rock structure as Mars.


If you haven't visited Cappadocia, which is famous for its fairy chimneys on the UNESCO World Heritage List, you are missing out on a lot. A geography that is unique in the world. While you are flying over the Cappadocia, the redness of the fairy chimneys and shadows offer wonderful views.

Kackar Mountains

Kackars are a mountain range that rises above the Black Sea coast in eastern part of Turkey. The region, which was declared as a national park in 1994, covers an area of 52.970 hectares. Kackar Mountains, which offer different beauties with its rare plant species, forests, idyllic plateaus, wildlife and glacial lakes, attract the attention of nature lovers.

Ulubey Canyon

Ulubey Canyon is the second longest canyon in the world with a length of 77 km, after the USA's Grand Canyon. The canyon provides suitable habitat for many species of plants and animals.

Butterfly Valley

Butterfly Valley is just a short boat ride away from Oludeniz and is a spectacular place well worth the trip. With its cyristal clear sea, sparkling pebble beach, small waterfall, beautiful butterflies and decorative flowers, the valley is a paradise on earth for travelers.


The meaning of Oludeniz comes from the incredible stillness of its lovely waters. This bay of turquoise water is so supernaturally vibrant, with its finger of white sand curving around it. Oludeniz fascinates visitors with its natural formation resembling a lake and its green landscape.

Mount Cilo

Mount Cilo mesmerizes adventure seekers every day of the year. One of the paradise corner of Turkey, this region is very important for climbers, photographers and nature enthusiasts with its glacial lakes, unique views, undiscoeverd peaks and untouched nature.


Karagol is like a miracle of nature. The reflections of the trees surrounding the lake in the water are no different from a painting. Awarded with shades of green that you have never seen before, Karagol is one of the most popular spots for nature lovers who love to camp.

Heaven and Hell

Heaven and Hell are the names of two large sinkholes which came into being when the ceiling collapsed as a result of chemical erosion caused by an underground creek. The sinkholes are among the tourist attractions of Mersin. You should definitely see these sinkholes that offer a visual feast in natural and historical sense.

Turkey's 10 Best Natural Wonders
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